Angel Fire Resort today (Aug. 23) announced approved plans to develop a modern, state-of-the-art, 260-space RV resort in Angel Fire, N.M.
According to a press release, over the course of the next few years, the luxury park will be constructed on 94 acres of mountain meadowland with scenic views of the Angel Fire ski mountain to the south, and Mt. Wheeler, New Mexico’s tallest peak, to the north.
“Angel Fire Resort is committed to creating an RV hospitality experience unlike any other in North America,” said Daniel E. Rakes, general counsel of Angel Fire Resort. “We’re working with the top experts in RV resort development to identify the most desirable amenities, and to guarantee the best resort practices, so that we greatly exceed the expectations of today’s passionate RV travelers.”
The new RV resort will include a well-appointed private clubhouse, paved roads, fully concreted, over-sized spaces with easy pull-through access and 50-100 amp electrical pedestals, bathrooms, showers and laundry facilities, convenient Wi-Fi access, 100 heated storage units, 10 cabins, outdoor fire pits and jacuzzis, putting and chipping greens, horseshoe pits and dog friendly areas. Each RV space will be large enough to handle the slideouts of today’s largest recreational vehicles. RV spaces will be available for short- and long-term rentals.
The approved location for the RV resort is adjacent to the Carson National Forest and the Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway. With frontage access to U.S. Highway 64, it provides guests with convenient proximity to the wide array of outdoor recreation amenities in Angel Fire, including golf, skiing, horseback riding, cycling, hiking, snowmobiling and fishing.
The RV resort will also have its own private access to Carson National Forest, where visitors can bike, hike and snowmobile. The resort is seeking permits for ATV trails with the US Forest Service.
“Taken together with the new Angel Fire Resort Golf & Country Club, and the extensive renovations to the Lodge at Angel Fire, this new RV resort adds considerable momentum to Angel Fire’s position as a premier family vacation destination in the Rocky Mountains,” said Rakes.